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正々堂々, 正正堂堂, せいせいどうどう

  • seiseidōdō


nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no', `taru' adjective, adverb taking the `to' particle

  • fair and square
  • open and aboveboard

Examples of 正々堂々,正正堂堂,せいせいどうどう in a Sentence

Mr Wilson likes him to play square.
They fought a fair battle with the enemy.
His advice to us was that we should play fair.
Whether we win or lose, we must play fairly.
Whether you win or lose, you should play fairly.
Whether you win or lose, you must play fair.
Whether you win or lose, you must play fair.

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